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The building in Cardiff Bay which has housed the Siambr (chamber) and committee rooms since 2006 is called the Senedd.

It was designed by architect Lord Richard Rogers, and cost £69.6m. The building was officially opened by the Queen on 1 March 2006.

From the Assembly's inception in 1999 to 2006 the chamber was housed in the neighbouring Ty Hywel - previosuly known as Crickhowell House.

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